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Sandy is using a 9-inch by 11-inch by 2-inch cake pan to bake a cake. After pouring the batter into the cake pan, she notices that there is a one-inch gap between the top of the batter and the top of the pan. What is the volume of the cake batter?

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  1. anonymous
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    99 in.3 198 in.3 160 in.3 80 in.3

  2. anonymous
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    Volume= Length times width times height. So the equation is 9 times 11 times 2. But wait, it says there is one gap between the batter and the pan, so subtract one from each number. your new equation will be, 8 times 10 times 1 which would equal 80.

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